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Computer-assisted learning in infection control for nursing students

VOL: 98, ISSUE: 23, PAGE NO: 53Ellie Clarke, RN, is a community nurse at Field House Medical Centre, Grimsby; Anne Martin, RN, is a staff nurse at Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital, GrimsbyIn recent months, hospital acquired infection (HAI) has been the subject of a great deal of media coverage, largely due to the fact that HAIs result in 5,000 deaths a year. It is also accepted that many HAIs could be prevented by the use of appropriate infection control practices.

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